March 29, 2018

New Model: Greenline 65 OceanClass

Since Greenline arrived in the scene in 2008 with the 33 Hybrid it has always been about being different to the competition, and the theme continues in the new hybrid explorer motor yacht 65 OceanClass.  The Greenline 65 OceanClass is less different to what was the 33 is versus other ten meter cruisers, but the hull shape, and other details still show a hybrid capable of doing what a standard twenty meter flybridge yacht is capable to do with that little bit of extra.  Jemej and Japec Jacopin have made a striking looking motor yacht with features and interesting performance numbers.  The 65 OceanClass offers internal accommodation to boot with the standard for this size of a living all the dedicated on the split level interior saloon, and a three double cabin lower deck layout.  Power offers a wide choice to the customer from twin standard Cats 715hp, and go to optional 1000hp or 1150hp engines.    
Technical Data:
LOA - 20.80 m (68.2ft)
Hull Length - 18.7 m
Beam - 5.45 m
Displacement - 28 t unloaded, 45 t loaded
Fuel Capacity - 4000 l
Water Capacity - 1000 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, two crew in one cabin
Engines - 2 x Cats C12 Acert 715hp, 12.9 1000hp, C18 Acert 1150hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 28 knots max with twin Cats 1150hp
Hull Shape - hybrid Superdisplacement 
Construction - infusion process with Vinilester resin and quadriaxial glass.  Core in balsa and high density foam.
Project - Jemej and Japec Jacopin Design
Certification - CE A